VB.NET: How to convert hexadecimal number to normal (decimal) number?
Hi to all
VB.NET function Hex() converts numbers to hexadecimal strings, is there any reverse function that converts hexadecimals back to numbers??
Hi, how are you?
In C#, we have something like:
Convert.ToInt32(string strValue, int Base)...
So I basically can do:
Int iDecimal = Convert.ToInt32("AF8", 16);
I'm pretty sure there must be something like it on VB.Net.
Hope this Helps,
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That should work, thanks.
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Depending on the scale or type of number, you can use Dec ( ), Long ( ),
Double ( ), Real ( ), or Integer ( ). All of them call for a string or blob
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Please see the following example:
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Hope it helps!DC517Don't forget to click "Mark as Answer" on the post that helped you. This credits that member, earns you a point and marks your thread as Resolved.
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